Canadian middle-class tops in world – Trudeau’s lie now fully exposed

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This has turned out to be a disaster of a day for the Liberal Party as not only has a new poll showed the Conservatives leading (see here) a NY Times article completely destroyed Justin Trudeau’s entire campaign theme:

After-tax middle-class incomes in Canada — substantially behind in 2000 — now appear to be higher than in the United States. (see here)

middle class ny timesIf we had a balanced Press Gallery, Trudeau would have been shredded long ago on his BS about Canada’s middle-class (see here) so don’t hold your breath now.




Governor General should keep his mouth shut about Earth Day


I am so sick of Ottawa elites telling us regular Canadians to ‘do our part’ for the environment while they lead a jet-set life-style with massive carbon footprints:

Governor General David Johnston is celebrating Earth Day by calling on Canadians “to take action, to speak out and to foster change in favour of a more sustainable way of life — for the sake of humanity and all living things.” (see here)

This is from the same guy who in just three years had travelled to 27 countries (see here) and lives in this 95,000 sq ft mansion (see here) paid for by taxpayers:


Ottawa hypocrites make me want to vomit.


CBC runs story saying Conservatives rigged whale stats in order to push oil tanker traffic


For a reporter to accuse two federal ministers of collusion which would put a whale population at risk is pretty damn serious:

Environment  Minister Leona Aglukkaq, with advice from Fisheries Minister Gail Shea, is recommending that the Northern Pacific population of humpback whales be downgraded from “threatened” to “species of special concern.” The recommendation for the change to the Species at Risk Act was published in the Canada Gazette Saturday.

The move comes as the government readies for a decision on the approval of the pipeline, which would feed oil onto a tanker shipping route that overlaps with what environmental groups describe as “critical habitat” for the whale.

Karen Wristen, executive director of the Living Oceans Society, said the decision “has absolutely no basis in science and is simply a political move to clear the way to approve the pipeline. (see here)

CBC reporter Emily Chung as well as ministers Aglukkaq and Shea had all better hope the stats back up their claims.

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